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Marie Izquierdo is named a finalist for the 2019 Women in School Leadership Award presented by AASA, The School Superintendents Association.
Fayette County Superintendent, Emmanuel Caulk, was named 2019 Superintendent of the Year by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators.
Read Vincent Matthew's op-ed as he shares a moment of gratitude for some of the many people who make our public schools so rich with learning, talent and love.
Read this op-ed by Leslie Torres-Rodriguez about the high goals set to transform Hartford Public Schools.
Paymon Rouhanifard reflects on his time as superintendent in Camden, and talks about the evolution of his own thinking during that five-year experience.
Read about the transparent and inclusive leadership of Jason Kamras at Richmond Public Schools in this feature article by The 74.
Read this op-ed by the state education superintendent for Mississippi, Carey Wright, about the accountability system adopted by The Mississippi Legislature.
Stockton Unified School District's superintendent John Deasy and other officials cut the ribbon to the Martin Luther King Jr. Head Start center.
Kara Bobroff talks with Forbes magazine about Native American Community Academy and what makes this school network unique and effective for Indigenous students.
Superintendent Pedro Martinez launched one of America’s most innovative and data-informed school integration experiments in San Antonio.